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  • 1. Capturing Motion With an SLR
  • 2. Which shutter speed will create the desired effect?
  • 3. A shutter speed such as 500 will freeze motion
  • 4. As you start to move toward the lower shutter speeds the subject will begin to BLUR
  • 5. Now… How do we blur the background while keeping the subject frozen?
  • 6. We do this with a technique called PANNING.
  • 7. PANNING Is when the photographer follows the subject with the camera and snaps the shot
  • 8. This MUST be done in one fluid motion.
  • 9. This means that you do not stop following the subject until after you take the shot
  • 10. REMEMBER Motion is a result of using a slower shutter speed
  • 11. For a pan shot Use a slower shutter speed Such as 1/60 Sec.
  • 12. In Review
  • 13. Freeze Motion
  • 14. THE BLUR
  • 15. The Pan
  • 16. Now get out there and shoot!!!
  • 17. The pan must also be done with one of your slower shutter speeds.